log (one) for (something)

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log (one) for (something)

dated To make a record of one's bad or immoral actions or behavior. The captain logged the crewmate for falling asleep at the tiller. The producer said he would be logging me for using the equipment out of office hours.
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log someone for something

 
1. to schedule someone for something. I am going to log you for sentry duty on the weekends. We will have to log Bill for service as a parking attendant.
2. to make a note in a log about someone's bad behavior. The captain logged the first mate for the navigation error. I will have to log you for that.
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Beyond internal use of the system by the USDAFS, the system has seen widespread use by the research community as a means of classifying hardwood logs for analysis purposes.
According to a source privy to the illegal logging trade, syndicates sell hot logs for up to P50 per board foot.
Section IV describes the proposed system with tamper proof logs for checking the reliability of the provider.
For example, by monitoring the Windows event logs for "disk is at or near capacity," it may be possible to detect a shortage of drive space prior to actually running out of disk space.
I also cut some three, four and five-foot logs for the logs that butted to windows and doors.
Preparing the logs for hogan housing will employ as many as 15 Navajo workers at the Cameron plant, which could expand to include the manufacture of other roundwood products.
The company can handcraft one home in about eight weeks, or its computerized mill can produce logs for a house in about four hours.
Log brokers appear to be very involved in facilitating the acquisition/accumulation of black walnut veneer and prime grade logs for those veneer plants and sawmills that are focused on this species, which was used as one of the top-five species at the High Point Furniture Market in 2011 (AHMI 2011).
Many conservationists feel that the log home building industry's use of whole, unmilled logs for building is sheer gluttony.
The frequency distributions of [E.sub.fr] of logs for SP3 and the lumber [E.sub.fr] for each position are represented in Figure 4.
Plus a rubber-tired grapple skidder that gathers the logs for decking or chipping.
Only one company produced logs for fence rails, which accounted for less than 6 percent of the total products surveyed.
They produce logs for sale to Canadian mills, as well as export to Pacific Rim markets.
Because the estimation for the interaction parameter curvature and discoloration for board grade 3 is much greater than for board grade 2, it is obvious that, compared to the reference category (no curvature and no discoloration), the probability of producing logs for board grade 3 is much higher than for board grade 2 when discoloration and curvature appear.
When using the first searching engine (TreeSearch), which works with one log parameter at a time, the percentage of correctly identified logs for the first measurement scenario (M1-M2) was as high as 87 percent.